No problem buddy. Say, how exactly is it that this Unalaq guy counts as a villain, anyhow? I mean, I can see why with Ozai, but the issue is, many villains in Korra have passed the MEH just enough, regardless of their extremist ideas, but Unalaq yet counts as a Pure Evil. Why exactly is that?
Personally I never found Unalaq a great example of Pure Evil but unlike others he lack redeeming features, plans to plunge the world into a millennium of chaos and darkness plus is abusive towards his kids. I've always found him debatable but he's worse than the others overall. The others at least had some noble intentions trying to help the setting in some way while Unalaq sought only ultimate power to rule the world as a godlike entity.
Well, if that's the case, then what about Zaheer or Amon? They may show some redeeming features, but they're the aggressors as well. I mean, they sure as hell aren't exactly like Plankton or Mojo Jojo or Drakken or Sideshow Bob here.
Pure Evil have no redeeming features, Amon truly wants to better the world by making everyone equal so Benders can't oppress others or abuse their powers which is somewhat implied Benders do abuse their powers, Zaheer wanted to free the world of oppression and truly valued his friends with clearly being upset when his lover was killed.
Okay then. That being said, there is always someone who is the most evil of their respective franchises, and there always is a or a, even potential ones at that. We got ones in Disney, Sonic, Marvel, Dragon Ball Z, Nickelodeon, and so on and so forth. But the point is, there are some franchises that don't have a Pure Evil at the ready, specifically well-known shows like SpongeBob, the Simpsons, South Park, and Family Guy. So I gotta know, who is the most evil villain (not based on opinion) in at least those four shows overall?
With SpongeBob I'd probably say most despicable would be Mr. Krabs though he's not played that seriously despite once trying to drive someone to suicide, with The Simpsons not too familiar with it, South Park I'd probably say Eric Cartman and Family Guy arguably Peter since he does some of the most repulsive crap on the show.
It actually is a comedic media that is fairly well known to the point they got Netflix to let it run. Personally I like it mostly for the later seasons where it developed a better plot and some character development. As for the shows you mentioned none of them have one yet nor have any I've seen from a normal television network created one yet in a comedic work.
So for now it remains open ended about who will turn out to be a Pure Evil, then? Because, need I remind you, that even the most innocent of shows are not immune to these guys. I mean we got Dick Hardly from the Powerpuff Girls. The Powerpuff Girls, for crying out loud. They say it is an innocuous TV show meant for little kids that has its own share of wacky villains, lovable residents, and adorable superheroes. You would think that all villains would be like that, all down to the formula, right? Well, boy, did we get that wrong.
How the hell is Governor John Ratcliffe counts as an Insecure? The guy is obsessed with gold and money, and seems willing to kill a tribe because they're animals. And even then, he's just a coward at heart, not insecure, so how does this make any sense?
Ooh. And while we're at it, why is also Hopper or Syndrome not counting as Pure Evils? They seemed ruthless enough too. Syndrome is heartless enough to actually kill children because of a hatred for Mr. Incredible and not show a pang of guilt or remorse, and Hopper is deluded enough to force all ants into serving as his slaves because of what again? The food chain? I mean, you did say Mandible is Pure Evil, and I'd say he is just like Hopper in his own way, even though he came from DreamWorks.
Hopper has a extremely small but redeeming trait of apparently caring for his mother as he keeps his promise to her. Syndrome I honestly kind of feel counts or minimum borderline in being one but see the arguments that maybe didn't do enough for a super villain since one tried to destroy a city in the film but some have argued its due to his excuse not being called out in the film. The only argument against I feel could count would be due to not doing a little more.
Why is Noo Noo not counted as Pure Evil? He seemed like a delusional fanatic and a complete monster, and he didn't seem to show remorse for his doing in infecting the Teletubbies. Yet he is not labeled as Pure Evil, for some reason. Why's that??
Yes horror has some but they are beyond just the generic stand in though personally I feel Chucky is played for laughs too much to count and Michael Myers actually started the trend for most slashers making him unique for the time. Noo Noo comes across as too standard in my opinion to count as he does what pretty much what anyone would expect of a mad scientist in that setting.
Honestly I don't know off the top of my head but just because TV Tropes or another site accepts them doesn't mean this wiki will. It requires at minimum a good justification on how they meet all the requirements.